Nat Rea

A Rooftop Garden in the Heart of Boston

Fifteen floors above a city that never pauses, let alone sleeps, the rooftop terrace of this Millennium Place home…

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The Great Outdoors

Time spent outside is one of the joys of New England’s warm season. These three projects offer unique routes to the same happy goal. See you soon, summer!

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Rooms We Love: Destination Dining

Elegant gathering spaces that reflect the way we live.

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Tour a Light and Airy Cape Cod Coastal Home

When architect John MacDonald and his team began discussing how to replace their clients’ vintage 1970s waterfront property on Cape…

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Garage Chic

Sometimes, a building has a way of returning to its natural center. Carriage houses, for example, have always been versatile structures, often serving the dual purpose of storing horse-drawn carriages and housing the staff needed to care for both

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Stylishly Restored: Cape Cod’s Amos Otis House

The Amos Otis House, a center-chimney cape, has stood alongside Route 6A—Cape Cod’s Old King’s Highway—in Barnstable since 1745. By the time Robert Bagshaw and David Lancaster discovered it for sale,

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Style and Sustainability on Cape Cod

  A photographer searching for a worthy subject couldn’t do better than Cotuit, Massachusetts. Gorgeous year round, the area reaches…

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Contemporary Living in Downtown Providence

When Nancy Neis began a new chapter of her life, she was determined to start fresh. “Before my husband and I bought this condominium, I had lived

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Coastal Rhode Island Home

Land Of Enchantment

The magic begins at the top of the curvaceous driveway. A shady, tree-lined drive follows the property’s downward angle, winding past a lawn

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Dan Koppen

Winning Strategy

Nature loves fiddling with blue every which way: think of silvery Arctic ice, a robin’s egg, or mussel shells. Designers, too, enjoy

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In Grand Fashion

A homeowner and his designer conspire to bring a 1920s Tudor-style home up to date while safeguarding its fine craftsmanship…

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Crossover Hit

The Shingle-style exterior says “classic Connecticut,” while the contemporary, new interior speaks to all the needs and desires of a modern, young family.

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Editor’s Miscellany: Tours and Reflections

By Kyle Hoepner Since midsummer is traditionally a time for laid-back travel, I decided to take a little armchair tour…

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Editor’s Miscellany: A Post on Posters

By Kyle Hoepner This past weekend some friends and I checked out the FAST Light festival of luminous, kinetic, and…

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